FanDuel Sportsbook WV Provides NFL Week 15 Promo For Saints-Bucs Matchup

Written By Chris Imperiale on December 17, 2021 - Last Updated on December 29, 2021

The online sportsbooks available in West Virginia do a fantastic job of supplying promotions and deals regularly. This week, new users at FanDuel Sportsbook WV can take advantage of one of these offers for Week 15 in the NFL.

FanDuel is giving new bettors the opportunity to turn a $5 bet into $125 fairly easily.

Through its Bet $5, Win $125, new customers can earn an easy win through the online sportsbook. The only thing that needs to happen is for there to be one touchdown during the contest between the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Bucs on Sunday.

If either team finds the end zone just once in the game, your $5 bet on 25-1 odds, or +2500, becomes $125 in winnings.

FanDuel WV NFL Week 15 Promotion

Cashing in on this deal from FanDuel is easy. Once either team scores a single touchdown in the game, then you’ll earn your money.

Besides the easy funds you can collect, FanDuel’s promo is paid out in cash rather than a site credit like at most other sportsbooks.

To utilize this offer, new users need to follow a few steps. They include:

  • Register and create an account
  • Make your initial deposit

After doing so, bettors will see an enhanced market on FanDuel’s homepage referencing the deal. Look for something that says 1+ TD to be scored in the NO-TB game. The maximum bet for this market is set at $5.

While this earns you $125 in cash if a touchdown is scored, this promo does replace some of the online sportsbook’s other offers. By claiming this one, you’ll no longer have the option to use FanDuel’s Risk-Free Bet for up to $1,000 or any other acquisition promotion.

Getting the money as cash as opposed to a bonus or type of free bet is massive. Now, you can treat your earnings as if you deposited them yourself and decide to cash out some of the money.

Of course, you can continue to wager with it, but there are no requirements or restrictions like you might find with other forms of credit.

All new FanDuel bettors in the Mountain State need is one touchdown in Sunday’s game.

Saints-Bucs Odds At FanDuel WV

Since you’re nearly certain to receive the funds from winning with this deal, you could place a bet on the actual outcome of this tilt, too.

It helps that the Tampa Bay Bucs and Tom Brady are available within the promo. They feature one of the best offenses in the NFL and shouldn’t have any issue scoring one touchdown against New Orleans.

The Bucs have been winners in their last four, scoring at least 30 points in each contest. Their lowest-scoring output of the season is 19 this year, which actually happened twice, in both a winning and losing effort.

Tampa did still score a touchdown in each of those outings.

As for this week’s game, it is a solid favorite at WV sportsbooks. FanDuel shows Brady and the Bucs laying -11.5 in the point spread, with a moneyline at -560. New Orleans is available to take outright at +420.

The Bucs are playing well and have their eyes on clinching the NFC South. They failed to accomplish this in Brady’s first season.

A win over the Saints will give Tampa its 11th victory of 2021 and the division crown. Wrapping that up would mean the team can turn its focus to solidifying the No. 1 spot in the NFC overall.

To pull off the upset, the Saints will lean on dual-threat quarterback Taysom Hill. He had an efficient day facing the Jets a week ago, hitting 15 of 21 passes for 175 yards through the air. He also added 73 rushing yards on 11 carries, including two scores on the ground.

Hill, along with running back Alvin Kamara, must produce in the running game, or the Saints are going to have a long night.

This game is this week’s Sunday Night Football and begins at 8:20 p.m. EST on NBC.

Photo by (AP Photo/Tyler Kaufman)
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Chris Imperiale is currently the Managing Editor of Catena Media's US online lottery site, PlayiLottery. He used to be the Managing Editor of PlayWV, covering the sports betting and online casino industries in the Mountain State. He has a journalism degree from Rutgers University and was formerly on staff at Bleacher Report.

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